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Confirmed. Fix incoming.

I use base16-vim and this update cases vim to spit out hundreds of errors on startup. I'm not sure what changed but it doesn't appear entirely compatible and suitable for stable :/

It is still somewhat usable when I hit ^C-Enter.

karma

Tested with zathura on F29 and it seems to work.

@fujiwara Nope, I use X.org without GNOME, just a tiny window manager. I don't understand the changes introduced here but perhaps something's changing under the hood that requires new deps that are a) installed on an average GNOME workstations, and b) missing as Requires in the packages?

Well, this breaks it for me. Only latin letters show up in all apps after upgrading to this. Downgrading back to ibus-hangul-1.5.0-12.fc28.x86_64.rpm fixed the problem.

I hesitate to open a bug since it could be something is wrong with my system because no Japanese input, for instance, ever worked for me -- they behave just like Korean with this update. Simple methods like Czech or Farsi work fine, though.

Any tips?

Seems to work fine and also fixes the linked issue.

karma

+1, seems to work and handles repodata module defaults. You will need an exception

karma

Tested with pungi.

karma

Tested with pungi.

karma

Tested with pungi.

karma

Tested with pungi.

karma

Tested with pungi.

karma

Tested with pungi.

Tested via MBS tools. Seems to work fine.

BZ#1434997 Review Request: python-openidc-client - A python OpenID Connect client with token caching and management

Unpushed due to MouseX::App::Cmd issues. I'll push this again together with MouseX::Foreign and Dist::Zilla 5.042.

This update has been unpushed.

This update has been unpushed.

Works fine and fixes the issue.

BZ#1268823 Rebuild perl-Devel-Cover against the latest perl in stable branches